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The snapshots and screenshots scarves hanging from a goal post in a park, the bright colours contrast with the background
Snapshots and Screenshots: Scarves
A series of unused designs, work in progress, abandoned experiments & happy accidents
Year:
2020

Clients:

Self-Directed

Services:
#Misc
Deliverables:

Limited Edition Scarves
Process Driven Social Media Campaign

The snapshots and screenshots scarves hanging from a goal post in a park, the bright colours contrast with the background

A palimpsest of our design process over a period of approximately 6 months…

A series of assembled screenshots & snapshots taken during our design process. Each composition highlights some of the unseen work we do at Studio Hyte, featuring unused designs, work in progress, abandoned experiments and happy accidents.

The scarves contain an assemblage of the first 3 compositions we created. Presenting a palimpsest of our design process over a period of approximately 6 months. There will be more to come from this series in the near future.

Process Driven Social Media Campaign:

A collection of images collected over 6 months and put into a social media campaign, these images would later become the visuals produced on the scarves
A collection of images collected over 6 months and put into a social media campaign, these images would later become the visuals produced on the scarves

SS&SS Edition 01:
Scarves

An up close image of the scarves showing the colours and some of the detailing
One of the scarves hanging from a gate
A second image of the scarf showing the other half of the design
A playful image of the scarf wrapped around a statue on a cold winters day surrounded by snow

Human Resources, 2022


An environmentally responsible exhibition provoking the question of what happens when we start to move to inner (human) resources
alt: A large sign hanging from a ceiling, the sign, made in response to the provocation of the project, uses clip art styling and layering of the Human Resources title

iiii Magazine, 2017


Graphological visual identity & website for an independent arts and culture publication
The hero image for Four Eyes or iiii Magazine shows the visual identity for the project through showing a black and white booklet in a persons hand, the person is also wearing a iiii scarf
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